Ports introduce "Section 209" re-brand in Banner Island Ballpark

The former Section 100 will be re-vamped to Section 209, with special ticket plans available to fans.

By Stockton Ports / Stockton Ports | June 4, 2018 11:59 AM

The former Section 100, located next to the Monster Wall in left field, will be re-branded to Section 209 effective Thursday, June 21, when the Ports host the Modesto Nuts to kick off the second half of the season. Section 209 is conveniently located next to the Corona Cabana, Port City Saloon, and Coors Light Cold zone, a drink rail and social seating behind the Monster Wall. 

STOCKTON, Calif.- Area code 209 has long been a source of pride for the residents who belong to it, and the Stockton Ports are bringing that pride to Banner Island Ballpark.

 

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The former Section 100, located next to the Monster Wall in left field, will be re-branded to Section 209 effective Thursday, June 21, when the Ports host the Modesto Nuts to kick off the second half of the season. Section 209 is conveniently located next to the Corona Cabana, Port City Saloon, and Coors Light Cold zone, a drink rail and social seating behind the Monster Wall.

 

"The Ports organization takes tremendous pride in belonging to the 209 area code, and we are excited to bring another local element to Banner Island Ballpark," said Ports President Pat Filippone.

 

Fans can pay just $20.90 for a half-season plan in Section 209 for the second half of the 2018, if they commit to a half season seat in that section for the 2019 season. In 2019, fans would pay $209 for 35 weekend games next year, and the Ports will allocate the $20.90 paid this season to the Anchor Fund, the Ports 501c3 non-profit. The plan does not include a July 3 ticket.

 

Alternatively, fans can purchase the second half (35 games) of the 2018 season for $209 with no commitment for next year. The plan does not include a July 3 ticket. Both ticket plans include a 10% season discount to the Ports' Team Store, and a ticket exchange policy.

 

Lastly, tickets in Section 209 will be available for $10 from now on for Monday-Thursday games, regardless of the promotion going on in the park (i.e. 3 Buck Mondays). When a ticket is purchased at the $10 price point on a Monday-Thursday, $2.09 from each ticket sold will go to the Anchor Fund.

 

In 2017, the Anchor Fund donated over $11,000 in cash to local non-profits, and over $240,000 in-kind donations to local organizations, sports teams, and schools.

 

All Ports' ticket memberships, group tickets, mini-plans, and individual game tickets are currently available for purchase online at stocktonports.com, by calling the Ports front office at (209) 644-1900, or by visiting the Ports' Box Office.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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